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Finance

Interest Rates

There are many different kinds of interest rates, including those for deposits and loans.
The most common debt instruments referred to for risk-free rates are:

  • 3-month (13-week) Treasury Bills
  • 1-year Treasury Notes

Statistical Abstract of the United States - Interest Rates

The Statistical Abstract has been published since 1878 and provides statistics on the social, political, and economic organization of the United States. Its sources include the Census Bureau, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Bureau of Economic Analysis, and many other Federal agencies and private organizations.

The editions published up until 2012 were published by the Federal Government and are therefore in the public domain and freely available for anyone to use.
Editions published from 2013 onwards are only available off campus to current MSU Students, Faculty and Staff. 
Members of the general public will only be able to access these editions from computers within the Sprague Library.

Interest Rates - Other Sources

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